Author: Sallie G. De Golia, M.D., M.P.H.
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
Release Date: 2019-04-03
Despite the importance of supervision to the field of mental health -- it is a building block of learning and a fundamental stepping-stone to unsupervised practice -- most mental health supervisors receive little to no training in how to supervise. Supervision also remains the least developed and researched aspect of clinical training. This relative lack of attention to this crucial element of training is what makes Supervision in Psychiatric Practice such a necessary addition to the psychiatric literature. More than two dozen experts bring their knowledge to bear on establishing a practical framework for supervision grounded in real-world experience. This guide explores techniques such as role-playing, working with process notes, live supervision, and co-therapy in a variety of clinical and nonclinical settings, including: * Inpatient psychiatry* Hospital-based consultation-liaison and emergency department psychiatry* Couples and family therapy* Administrative training* Leadership development* Quality improvement initiatives Key points provide a context for each chapter and allow readers to easily reference the book's major takeaways. All chapters address specific challenges and strategies related to the topic and include questions for supervisees and supervisors to facilitate discussion. Also included is a listing of additional resources that can serve as a springboard to further discovery and learning. Special attention is given to unique issues in supervision, including selecting a psychotherapy supervisor, supervising adverse outcomes, supervising auxiliary health care providers, and terminating a supervisory relationship. A discussion of the legal issues in supervision and building a supervisor training program round out the most comprehensive, up-to-date manual of its kind.
Author: Daniel S. Newman
Release Date: 2019-10-01
The School Psychology Internship is intended to support both doctoral and graduate-level interns and their supervisors (both field and university) in navigating the internship process. Emphasis is placed on the idea that the internship year is a dynamic and formative journey and that interns and supervisors both must be active planners, coordinators, and shapers of the experience. This thoroughly updated 2nd Edition contains an array of helpful resources such as evaluation tools, best practice guidelines, added coverage on doctoral-level training, and sample forms along with all new supplementary materials designed to aid interns in the transition from internship to early career practice.
The Handbook of Counseling Women, edited by Mary Kopala and Merle Keitel, draws together a nationally recognized group of contributing scholars and practitioners to address current theories, research, and issues relevant to the mental and physical well-being of women. Comprehensive and accessible, the Second Edition is organized into three parts covering theoretical, sociocultural, biological, and developmental considerations; assessment, diagnosis, and intervention; and supervision, research, and ethics. The reorganization of this new edition includes more sections and chapters giving special attention to such topics as women and poverty, intimate partner violence, women’s career barriers, and considerations for specific ethnic groups.
Career Counseling, 3rd edition, provides a comprehensive, holistic overview of the foundations of career counseling, information on the most effective skills and techniques, and contextual perspectives on career and lifestyle planning, all by nationally and internationally recognized experts. Updated chapters introduce important material not often addressed in introductory texts, such as rehabilitation, addictive behaviors, counseling couples and families, and working with ethnic and gender/sexual minority clients. Included throughout the text are case studies, informational sidebars, and experiential activities that enhance the reading and encourage additional contemplation of chapter content. Readers can also turn to the book’s companion website for chapter test questions, PowerPoints, and additional resources.
Author: Nicholas Ladany, Ph.D.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Release Date: 2001
This book represents a complete overhaul of a classic text for the twenty-first century. Loretta Bradley, and new co-author/editor Nicholas Ladany, have completely revised the material to reflect the most current research, theory, and practice available. In doing so, they have made Counselor Supervision, 3e a cutting-edge model of multicultural supervision.Primary supervision theories are reviewed and critiqued with the intent of informing supervisor practitioners, counselor educators, and supervisor trainees. Case studies are used throughout the book to illustrate the application of these theories to the practical issues that supervisors regularly encounter. The authors also include a focused discussion on the importance of the supervisory relationship and its influence on supervision process and outcome. Important changes and additions to the new edition include: -- Integration of multicultural issues in supervision throughout the book; -- An examination of the ethical and advocacy issues in supervision; -- An innovative chapter devoted to understanding and conducting research in counselor supervision; -- New and relevant chapters on the supervision of school counselors, career counselors, and family counselors; -- An updated chapter on group supervision.Counselor Supervision is ideal for use as a textbook in counselor supervision courses. The book is also an outstanding professional development tool for administrative and clinical supervisors alike.
Author: Cory Frank Newman
Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA)
Release Date: 2016
Cognitive-behavioural therapies are the most popular form of mental health services offered today. But with this popularity comes an urgent need for standardized training and education for emerging cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) clinicians. This handy guide offers an evidence-based approach to supervision of emerging CBT practitioners. The authors' approach is based on two key concepts: feedback that is geared toward strengths as well as weaknesses, and stimulates problem-solving and growth; and demonstration, by which a supervisor takes part in role-playing exercises and even shows videos of his or her own work with clients, in order to model the experiential knowledge that trainees need to succeed. Using a wealth of case examples, including material from a supervision session with a real trainee (from the DVD Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Supervision, also available from the American Psychological Association), Newman and Kaplan demonstrate how trainees can learn to think like effective CBT practitioners, from conceptualizing cases and matching interventions to the individual needs of each client, to the comprehensive and subtle understandings of cultural competency and professional ethics.
Author: Jeffrey K. Edwards
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Release Date: 2012-04-24
Genre: Social Science
Moving away from the usual medical-modeled framework of mental health focused on problems, Strengths-Based Supervision in Clinical Practice by Jeffrey K. Edwards takes a postmodern, social construction approach, looking for and amplifying strengths and encouraging stakeholders to use them. Based on research in brain science, as well as from the Information Age/Connectivity Age thinking, the book reframes the focus of supervision, management, and leadership to one that collaborates and builds on strengths with supervisees as competent stakeholders in their work with their clients.
This valuable resource provides the nurse manager or clinician with an informative guide on how to assess an organization's readiness for nursing case management, prepare a plan to achieve necessary changes, implement the plan, and evaluate its success. Like previous editions, the third edition not only describes the historical development of case management, but also provides useful case studies from institutions that have successfully implemented a nursing case management model, and presents current political, legislative and socioeconomic factors affecting case management in nursing. The remarkable addition of 26 new chapters cover the hottest topics and strategies in case management, including multidisciplinary models, parish nursing, ED, integrated and population-based, case management, public policy, and certification.
Author: Susann Dowling
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Supervision is the only current book on supervision in speech-language pathology and audiology. The text provides fun and practical strategies for implementing supervision. Multidisciplinary literature, which forms the basis for effective practice, is included throughout the text. Although the examples in the text relate to speech, language pathology, and audiology, the ideas presented are applicable to disciplines such as education, psychology, social work, and business. The material is written to make it informative, enjoyable, and readily useable in the classroom and in clinical settings. Numerous examples and vignettes are included to foster reader interest. The Thirteen Tasks of Supervision and the Anderson Continuum of Supervision are the synthesizing core of this book which is divided into five sections. The first section addresses organizational issues that provide the context for supervision. The second section relates to practical tools and strategies for enhancing supervision such as data collection, goal setting, conferencing and feedback. The third section addresses approaches to supervising practitioners at all levels of experience: clinical training, the working professional and speech-language pathology assistants. The fourth section focuses on training individuals to participate more effectively in supervision. This includes preparing supervisees for the process and fostering lifelong supervisor professional growth. The final section presents training vehicles for use with present and future supervisors: roleplay, simulation, and the teaching clinic.
Author: Faculty Ad Honorarium University of Minnesota School of Nursing Minneapolis Minnesota Mary E Zaccagnini
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Release Date: 2010-10-15
Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials assists and advises current DNP students, students considering obtaining the degree, and also serves as a reference for those who have already completed a DNP program. This text is modeled after the eight DNP Essentials as outlined by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN). Each section discusses the materials relevant to an element of the essentials document and helps students understand the Essentials and complete the steps necessary to fulfill the requirements of the degree.
This edition features: tear-out drug cards providing instant access to information on 40 essential drugs; multidisciplinary interventions which teach students how other health-care fields interact with nursing; and new and revised chapters on subjects incl
Author: Donald E. Wiger
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2002-03-05
Conduct effective diagnostic interviews and enhance client relationship skills A thorough diagnostic interview is the foundation for informed and comprehensive clinical diagnosis and treatment planning. In addition to basic interviewing techniques, professionals must also possess skills in designing interviews to satisfy the requirements of the accrediting agencies and third–party payers who audit their clients′ charts. Now, there is one source that offers expert instruction in both––Essentials of Interviewing. As part of the Essentials of Mental Health Practice series, this book provides the information mental health professionals need to practice knowledgeably, efficiently, and ethically in today′s behavioral health environment. Each concise chapter features numerous callout boxes highlighting key concepts, bulleted points, and extensive illustrative material, as well as "Test Yourself" questions that help you gauge and reinforce your grasp of the information covered. Essentials of Interviewing is filled with practical information about everything from establishing rapport and taking a complete history to identifying risk factors and ruling in/ruling out specific disorders. The needs of special populations such as children, people with disabilities, and clients from diverse backgrounds are covered, as well as suicide assessment, biopsychosocial assessment, and the Mental Status Exam. You′ll be fully prepared to formulate an initial diagnosis and develop a preliminary treatment plan with this indispensable, hands–on resource. Other titles in the Essentials of Mental Health Practice series: Essentials of Outcome Assessment Essentials of Treatment Planning For a complete list of books in our Essentials of Mental Health Practice series, visit us on the Web at www.wiley.com/go/essentialsmhp